Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT THE LETHBRIDflE DAILY HERAID FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 19 A Whirlwind Finish to a Wonderful Sale Last Day Snaps CHILD'S LISLE black, white, pink and shy, nil sizes; Per pair SILK sIlH 10 llu> lop, pink, ''nlm Lloncli. or [an: regular SI.00 mid ?1.2S for I SILK LISLE liidiVs. a spce- -lot Sftiurday, .10 llOc for.......... CHILDREN'S- ectlou rib. lor boys; fliif rib. lor cirls. .ill Cj% sizes, on sule I %f W CHILD'S while, sky. pink ami fancy colors; nil sizes, Per pair RADIUM SILK black anil lan, our regular fo and 750 liues Cflj% on sale a OUU SILK indies, black and all shades, on sale for Salurdav only, per pair LISLE only, 24 real bargain COTTON la- dies' sizes, a special lot.- pairs Children's Hats Buy your boy or girl a Straw Hat tomor- row. A new shipment consisting of Sall- o'rs. Fancy Shapes, Manillas, Mexicani and othtr Straw and Felt Headgear. These we will place on sale at prices 25 per'Cent, lower than you generally pay for these goods, A big assortment 40c 60c 75c and Sale Ends Tomorrow Rylands' Moving-Out Sale Ends Tomorrow will be ready tomorrow morning at- o'clock with the linen! lot of bargains offered during the uutire sale. The carpenters will be here Monday morning; (earing down the shelvings. The goods advertised here must be cleared out- of their way. Come as'etirly in the day as possible for we expert a crowded store in the.afternoon and evening'. Extra serve you, and parcels delivered to any part of the city. Everything In The Store At Sale The Last Time Tomorrbv Be Early For These 59' dozen only ladies' Cuutil' Corsois: well perfect lilting; ;i .bargain (hat stioujd rroivd nip ment. AH sixes up [o 2ii HOUSE last lot of ihesL1 serviceable Gineliam -Ilousp Dress- ees; some with dust caps, worth Up Lo for special lines ol War- ner's Double S'lirt :iil P. A. Corsets worth up to your choice on Saturday for iho last lime.... 95- two dozen lelt and they will go early; largo size Overall Aprons, norili 51-00 any place. Only ooe to a customer 49 I.QU CloGlng out the balance of the stock tomorrow. We move oat on Monday. No Phone Order for Sale Goods work and do lols OL good to both tli" country and people. Our town council. has beer, survey ing "a location tor 'a fait grounds 1 t racc iraet on lhc L tio? the Past erj. iucubaiprs ars'.in u e London, April Hamil- ton Lee, .M.P., uho is at present serv- irur as colonel on the coaimeui, has Written a letter home from tae Bri- tish headquarters in Fiance, in which lie says: Allies nave it in their power to win, but this does not mean victor; is c'iose at hand, or that the hardest fighting and the Leanest..loss- es' are uoL -yeL to ccme. YThe vast German armies occupying ahd'devastating a great part ot France aad most of Belgium, are held in check, it is true, hut in- no sense are they defeated. Our at the frnnf. are keen, skilled and determined, and oiir Tictory at Chappelle has filJed tbem with enthusiasm imd. con- fidence, 7'Their one'desire now'is to advance, but this they cannot do without better support from their mates and rulers They fully realize that the incurred must he doubled and trebled before the victory finally is won. They cannot under- stand why the greatest, manufacturing country in the world should" not sup- p'l'y them with sufficient shells eight months the out break ot the ami they, express themselves freely on this subject. the' meantime we all must make not counting the ccat in men. Sh'ells in an Increasing stream Is the need of the hour." e thi spring. Fenl "is too -There will I be -iTcT'pouitr.v- for' sale this (all arc J2C. here RETLAW NEWS A many- ate. doDB seeding wlveat an. are at ihe oats, barley and potatoes. 3lis. Williamson and children, have gene to Lethbridze to live. 31rJ Wil- liamson is with the niouDied rifles in Medicine Hat. rOV. Simbnsen njotbrcd'to Lethbridge last week. would it not" be a good idea for the government to break 50 acres for such farmers as cannot get..the 'Iced and wait for. the pay until they get1 a crop. II- 'will-increase the acre-, age, help "where-.feed-is scarce, make "A; bridge be ".built Clary's river at is it? LUX is some- thing hew and good. Tbe finest essence of soap in flakes. makes the "richest, creamiest lather -you ever saw. It in washing be- cause it's such a clothes saver. Absolutely prevents woollens, flannels and nil loosely woven garments from hardening and ahrink- 'ing.in the Try LUX and b'e delighted with it. IDe. 12 by Brothers Toronto. AUCTION SALE OF EVERYTHING IN Household Furniture WILL TAKE PLACE ON Saturday, April 24th IN MeKEOWN'S OLD HARDWARE STAND, NO. 402 5th ST. 8, OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL AT 2.SO SHARP CONSISTING OF THE Olie Organ Three Cook Ranges Gtfe- Combination Desk ODC Book Case Ono Kitchen One Refrigertttor Four DrcBBera Pour Wash SUnds Two Hall Racks Micbjnes Twg.Writing Desks Dining Koom Chairs nocking Chairs Kitchen Chairs Kxtenalon Table .Two Kilo.hen Tables Fill Leaf Table Shovels, Hnea and Hakes Carpets and Linolpum Tubs and Boilers Blankets Bed Spreads Bed Springs sui. mention CASH Dulies and other articles too numerous to NO GUS J Regina College Professors Strike Ilegina, Snsk., April a re- sult of differences" of opinion between the Board of governors and the staff, Itegina today practicably de- nuded of its departmental heads. With one or two exceptions, Llie directory of the departments have resigned ami rumor has it triaf !morc may follbiv. and a solo by Miss Hull were The active financial support of the and a chorus clipir under Mr. Methodist conference ol SaeJcatchR-- wan has been withdrawn from the in- A very -large coiigrcgation .greeted Messrs. "Gilbart and McPhurson at tbeir Eamvell service last night in Wesley church. A quartette teaching -s.taff. and reigns among the CAPTAIN Of-the converted cruiser Jvron Prisz "U'ilheim, photographed since his ar- rival ai Newport News. SOW FLAXSEED Profitable Crop to Sow This Season. Farmers will do well to sow some. this spring, as prices prom- ise to be high. Winnipeg October fiax already lias been bid to over 51.85 'per bushel. The- favcrablc weather this spring has enabled farmers to led the hymns well. .The Earcwcll part oi Mr. Ciilbart's address was based on "What I say untc you I say unto all, watch." The robber will he around and will watcli RQOSEVELT TOLD, TO BEWARE for nnnnrtunHv. Diamond travellers OF' B'G BUSINESS carry on their'person many thousand I dollars' worth of diamonds they are Syracuse, N.Y., Ajml trusted men and, receive very larse nooseve'lr, Ccrmer nresident of the Tin- salaries. N7ot one of-them lias _yet ted States, went unon the witness fccen found oh his guard, though iol- itand in the Supreme court here to- Jowcrt for years by robbers. You day, and tectified in an effort to prove young Christians have rrccivc-d gems his contention that he Was justified in and the enemy will watch the chance causing the publication ot the state-! to roh you. Don't he over-confident, ment upon which Barnes sued that was the cause of Peter's [all, him to recover for alleged, Read your Bible carefully and vise i libel, Under said that the eyoiy means to help yourself by at- fcrmer chairman ol th'e Republican tendance on the means of grace. State committee had urged, him not to I "Donlt ..ibe discouraged. If you antagonize men of large business who 'should make a little slip don't Ihink contributed to both the Democratic jfs all over. If God asks us lo for- 24th and Republican parties, so they would be protectRd. Mr. Barnes told him, Colonel Roose- velt swore, that it was essential to protect big business interests because ;tve cadi ot-lier seventy thues seven, He will surely forgive- oftaner than that. Though you are weak you'will be.able Lo stand "Cyrus 'Field spent all his Cor tame Atlantic they were protected they "would and IS years, layin, _._ake contributions to the parU' cable, and when it i falling to protect them, and that with- again and again, but at last it held, ouc such contributions it' was impos- anil messages passed from shoce to sible to carry on' the organization, shore. Your cable to Jesus will hold. Without organization, leaders and i Perfection-comes only at last, bosses, the former' pjresulent quoted] against wrong examples. Barnes as saying, party govern- Don't take the example of any man menl would tie impossible. get -iheir wheat seedM fu'ilv contributions-to the party cable, and when it was laid it broke i weeks earlier than usual. Urns alford- ;Jng additional ttrae to get flax seed in j good time time and. under ideal coa-; riiticns. furthermore, as fJaxaeed Is the. best crop to put in on first break- ing, every effort "should be made to break" un all the land pcssible, and" sow to flussseed, thereby preparing the land for wheat next year, and at the same-time getting a crop of flaxseed this year" at prices that promise to make it a most profitable cron. Under normal weather conditions, flax seed- Ing Can be extended r.-eli into thus, giving break up a lot cf land, cf which full advantage should be taken. CAREFUL DOCTOR or. only the example oi Jesus. In writing in copy Imoks scholars copy their own early lines instead of the head line, and they worse and worse. the We will show a nice line of Also Trimmed Panamas, Linen Hats, etc. We have about two dozen Spring Hats, all in good colors and styles, to sell fit 25% discount 516 Third Avenue. Hill Block. LORD 'ROBERTS' ASCOT HOME A HOSPITAL GERMAN AIM IS IS TO CHUSH Berlin. April pen of a dip- lomat must not spoil what the sword has so well proclaimed Counselor Paasche, Lib- eral leader and i-fce-president cf the llelchslag, discussing terms of peace here yesterday. He declared the Germans could never return land which was so thickly strewn with Ger- man blood. His speech was .in Direct contrast to (he recent suggestions that Germany' wns willing to call the great wo rid1 conflict a draw, and waa the first dl-' rect utterance territorial acquire- ment mads by p.' permanent German official in several weeks. "The land which we have contiuer- cd at the cost of 30 much German j blood of our bravest and best must never he be'said. "We iniiBl not atop where we are, but-we must progress to the English Channel mid capture the British etrong-' holds, as an earnest plea for perman- ent peace. And wo must alEo secure a much-needed insurance that .there, will he "no renewed attempt at Iftva- n.v.'RUBElin horites.cn our eastern front. The a word' hfla well achleyed its mlBRlon; diplomacy must not spoil U." Preicribed Change of Food Initead of hca'd line Druns "Vfatch alone with Jesus a1 few i minutes every morning. Your busi- It takes considerable courage for a-ness is to catch his odor and give it doctor to. deliberately prescribe. only oiit. ._ _ food for a despairing patient. Instead tor opportunity of Chris- oc resorting to the usual list of medi-j'-'an Think- of other'people's doubts atiil Tears anil you will forget ybur live in-the shadows but in thef hrigliL light. Bring some obe. else': to and you will for- gtft aJJ auout your "J wonder how many of us will-he found faithful. He like the little afaadard-bearer of ihe Hritisli ensiRii who when shot asked his comrade to tell, his mother, 'I never .Cards were given to those who have on which to signify tlieir church preference, and o.ther cards ol cbunsePwere1 furnished them. -Many' expressions oi sincere appre- ciation of the benefits received in the services were spoken by the minis- "I kept at it and gradually "uegan to ters and many of those present. The have color in mv 'face, memory he- sfnging of.'.'iHy Jesus I lore Tliec" came clear, where before everything brought a. very impressive service to seemed a blank. My llraba got strong- a The evangelists leave er and I could walk. So I steadily re- j afteraoon for Stettlr.r, where cines. Some truly scientific physicians re- cognize and treat conditions as they are and should be treated. Here's an instance: "Four years ago I "was taken with severe gaatrltlg, and nothing would atdy an ray stomach, so that 1 was on the verge of slarvatlon. "I heard of a doctor who had a sum- mer cottage near and, as a last hone, sent for him. "After he examined me carefully, he advised mo to try a small quan- tity of Orape-iVuta at first, then an my stomach became stronger to eat more. The photo shows Sergeant C. H. of the King's Royal Rifles, who .was, wountledj in the retreat from Mous, He is taliing medicine measured: hy a nurse! covered. "Now after a year on Grape-Nuts I weigh 1631bs. My ucoplc were sur- prised at the way I grew fleshy and on tliis food." Name given by Canadian Postum Co., WfndBcr, Ont. in Reagcn." 'Tbe Tload to 'There's Ever read the afcsve letter? A one appeiri from time to time. They are genuine, true, and fu'i ot nterest- this they open next Sunday. They will carry witli them the first wishes and pray-! ers of many in Lcthbridgc, where their work is considered the most' satisfactory and successful ever con- dueled io the city. Constipated women find Or'dBrlJes-. a., gentle, natural Retail Sold only by-.I. p. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited, the Rcxall Store, 10c., 25c. and 50c..twxei. Trimmed Hats rom up Special Prices on All Flowers and Ribbons The Lethbridge Millinery Co. Ltd. SlfFnrii.ibnK fait L. A. StOTT, Mir.